siegfried at rorkvell.de
Tue Nov 7 09:07:54 PST 2006
Am Dienstag, 7. November 2006 15:36 schrieb Adam Darowski:
> Pardon me if this came up before on the list. But I'm a bit worried
> about what type of/how much data is being marked up in hCard.
> Sometimes it seems to just be names, titles, and organizations. So,
> when these are converted to vCard, it doesn't really provide true
> *contact* information. So, I'm throwing "rel-hcard" out there. You
> post someone's name and add a link back to their own personal site
> (which THERE is marked up in hCard). On that link, you put a
> rel-hcard. This also helps make sure that content is up to date.
Nice idea. This would work, if the target resource (i.e. the target html page)
has a root element of class vcard, or in case of html, at least a <body
Or the url points to a container with an id within that page. Then f.ex. the
target page may contain some
<address class="vcard" id="AlbertEinstein">
and then you might link to that address record with <a
This would then have a similar meaning as the type attribute. The type
attribute with its property defines the mime type of the target, the
rel="vcard" would define a microformats address record as target. Nice idea.
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